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Arrival Information

Getting to Les Fontaines


67 route de Chantilly 60270 Gouvieux


+33 (0)3 44 62 93 00

How to get here

By car

Take the A1 motorway (Paris–Lille or Lille–Paris)

Take Exit 7, Survilliers, toward Chantilly via La Chapelle en Serval. From Chantilly, take the D909 to Gouvieux, then locate the following address on your map or enter it into your satnav: “67 route de Chantilly – 60270 Gouvieux.

We provide 25 charging stations for electric vehicles.

By plane

Les Fontaines is a 35-minute drive from Roissy-Charles De Gaulle Airport, a 45-minute drive from Beauvais Airport and a 90-minute drive from Paris-Orly.

By train

Les Fontaines is a 25-minute journey on the regional train service (TER) from Gare du Nord in Paris – terminus of the Eurostar and also served by RER trains from Roissy-Charles De Gaulle and Orly.

The nearest station is Chantilly/Gouvieux, a 5-minute cab ride from Les Fontaines. Consult train timetables at

Staying at Les Fontaines

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Let our web app be your digital companion during your stay onsite. You’ll find lots of useful information about Les Fontaines, including:

An estate in the heart of a remarkable region

The environment in which the estate is located is truly special, with its historical heritage, equestrian tradition and magnificent forest.

Chantilly, A remarkable town


The town of Chantilly has a rich historical heritage. It was established around the castle and gradually expanded during the 18th century. From the 19th century, the town began to be known for equestrian activities.

An exceptional site


Today, the castle is home to the Condé museum, which holds the second-largest collection in France – after the Louvre – of pre-1850 paintings. It comprises more than ten rooms, in which are displayed more than 800 masterpieces of French, Italian, Flemish and English painting. That’s not all the estate has to offer: also worth a visit are the Horse Museum and its 115 hectares of parks and gardens designed by Louis XIV’s gardener, André Le Nôtre.

The home of the horse

Marc Walter – aerial view of the Great Stables
Chantilly is one of the most beautiful sites in the world devoted to all things equestrian and features:
the Chantilly Racecourse, built in 1834 over 65 hectares on the edge of the forest, opposite the Great Stables, and the venue for various events, such as the annual Prix du Jockey Club and the Prix de Diane (known as the French Oaks);
an intensive training center for racehorses, with more than 3,000 thoroughbreds; the Polo Club, established on a listed site of 205 hectares and offering various services to businesses, including sponsoring opportunities, competitions, training sessions, dressage and other events during the polo season.